Lamborghini Urus: The First Uncamouflaged Look
While showcasing the Corsa driving mode, the clip briefly showed off the Super SUV in its entirety.
Lamborghini is set to debut the long-awaited Urus SUV next month. The Italian automaker has slowly been teasing the new model over the past few weeks before its grand reveal. The Urus will be available with several driving modes, some new and some familiar.
Unlike Sabbia, Neve and Terra, the Corsa driving mode can be found on its current supercars, the Aventador and the Huracan. Think of it as a go-fast mode. With the press of a button, the transmission holds gears longer to allow for maximum revs which results in some very loud exhaust noises and quicker lap times. Speaking of lap times, the Urus was reportedly spied on more than one occasion testing on the Nürburgring. Although it may look like an SUV, it has no problem tearing up the asphalt as it is still very much a Lamborghini at its core.
At that core is Lamborghini's first-ever forced induced V-8 engine. According to Automobile Magazine, the 4.0-liter twin-turbo will put down 650 horsepower and 620 pound-feet of torque. Tipping the scales at more than two tons, it will go from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than 3.7 seconds and go all the way up to 188 mph and then some. When it goes on sale next year, the Urus will be priced at less than $200,000.
This clip was reuploaded by Lamborghini and no longer shows the Urus as it previously did. The video still was captured prior to the edit.
- RELATEDLamborghini Urus Spotted Testing in Disguise at the NurburgringIs a four-door crossover the right move for Lamborghini?READ NOW
- RELATEDThe New Lamborghini Urus SUV Will Have a Dedicated Off-Road Mode for Sand DunesFor those who dare to take their Lambo off road.READ NOW
- RELATEDWatch the Upcoming Lamborghini Urus Drive Through the SnowThe Raging Bull shows it is bringing a fully capable crossover SUV into the fold.READ NOW
- RELATEDThe Lamborghini Urus Can Go Off-Road With EaseWatch the Italian carmaker's Super SUV take on the dirt roads.READ NOW
- RELATEDLamborghini Urus Will Make More Power Than the Hottest HuracanThe twin turbo V-8 is slated to produce 650 horsepower in production spec.READ NOW